[Freeswitch-users] New wiki page needs your attention!
msc at freeswitch.org
Wed Jan 21 05:50:54 PST 2009
On Wed, Jan 21, 2009 at 1:23 AM, Tomás <tomasborrella at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks Michael, I think that's very useful information for newbies like
> On the other hand, I'm looking forward to the OpenZap section because I'm
> having some problems with my card, and maybe in the new section I could find
> useful information... And If you need a tester with a X101P card, you can
> count on me to do that.
Excellent! Yes, that will be helpful. I will keep plugging away at the
reporting bugs page and hopefully soon we'll have the openzap and
other sections all done. Also, once you get your X101P all set up and
working please be ready to share your setup info on the wiki.
> On Wed, Jan 21, 2009 at 6:11 AM, Michael Collins <msc at freeswitch.org> wrote:
>> Hello FreeSWITCHers!
>> I'm putting the finishing touches on a wiki page that we hope will
>> make it easier for users to request help and for the dev team and
>> power users to digest and process those requests. What I need first
>> and foremost is for everyone to please read this page:
>> Please give me feedback. Put yourself in the shoes of a relative
>> newbie. Is the information easy to follow? On the flip side, if you
>> wanted to help someone, ask yourself, if they follow the steps on this
>> page will that suffice? Are there places that need improvement? Can
>> you think of anything else that can be added?
>> NOTE: I'm still working on the TDM/OpenZAP section as well as the
>> sections on scripting, event socket, elements of a jira ticket, etc.
>> If you have suggestions for content on those pages please email me off
>> list or hop and and fill in some of the blanks.
>> The core development team really appreciates all of your help. Now
>> that FS is growing like mad we are at the point where it is imperative
>> that we have reliable documentation for new ones so that the
>> developers and other experts can focus on advancing the project even
>> further. Let's all lend a hand by improving the documentation.
>> Thanks again!
>> -MC (mercutioviz)
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